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    No, some kind of vibrations will always remain. ...

    No, some kind of vibrations will always remain.
    Of course you can reduce these vibrations by 90% or more, but not completly.
    I had build concret enclosures with 1,5" panel thickness, even those...
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    This is what I did with a 2397 and 2405 tweeter,...

    This is what I did with a 2397 and 2405 tweeter, maybe you like the idea.

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    I would love to hear a comparison of both horns...

    I would love to hear a comparison of both horns concerning the sound. :)
    Of course the yuichi can be crossed over much lower than the 2397, but how do they compare above 1khz?
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    How is that possible? I wouldīve thought that...

    How is that possible?
    I wouldīve thought that the horndriver should have way less distortion than the woofer.
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    Unfortunately I have noticed quality issues with...

    Unfortunately I have noticed quality issues with current JBL parts quit often in the near past. I donīt know if I would buy current JBL products anymore due to bad quality... Very sad to say, but...
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    Both of you are absolutly correct, in the end I...

    Both of you are absolutly correct, in the end I have to try it.

    Currently my listening room is very small and the speakers are very close to the sidewalls and the listening position. I canīt...
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    Thanks a lot all of you. The reason for my...

    Thanks a lot all of you.

    The reason for my initial question came up with an idea for a diy-speaker a year ago:
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    It would use the following parts:
    JBL 2405
    JBL 2441 on 2397 horn
    JBL...
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    Very useful input, thanks :)

    Very useful input, thanks :)
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    I believe this is a major problem of this horn as...

    I believe this is a major problem of this horn as just a few people have a controlled listening environment. Due to the size of these horns the speaker-enclosures get very wide and in average sized...
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    @Rusty: Youīre absolutly right, these parameters...

    @Rusty: Youīre absolutly right, these parameters cannot be seen isolated. Thanks for the informative articles.

    @Tod: The question still remains: where about is the threshold for this being audible...
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    I couldnīt aggree more on that! Thatīs...

    I couldnīt aggree more on that!

    Thatīs actually what I love JBL for, the live-like and very dynamic sound. Actually imaging isnīt that important to me at all. But I worry about good driver...
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    To simplify the discussion letīs narrow our...

    To simplify the discussion letīs narrow our attention to the extended-woofer only.
    Above 150hz this woofer operates alone and itīs the transition between this extended-woofer and the midhorn at...
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    Thanks rusty, but we are located in germany ;)

    Thanks rusty, but we are located in germany ;)
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    Thatīs a very interesting approach! Do you have...

    Thatīs a very interesting approach!
    Do you have any idea of where about the threshold is? Like more than half a wavelength at crossover of vertically missalignment is noticeable...!?



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    I have to come back to the Everest DD66000 or...

    I have to come back to the Everest DD66000 or 67000 with itīs dual woofers.
    Swapping the extended range woofer to the inside makes sense... But they could have avoided this hassle by simply placing...
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    I wouldn`t pay 800$ for a used pair of 2235īs....

    I wouldn`t pay 800$ for a used pair of 2235īs. Maybe for a freshly reconed pair...

    To be honest I expected the difference in frequency-response to be bigger. The 2216 needs aprox. 2-3db eq at...
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    Thanks a lot for your comments! :)

    Thanks a lot for your comments! :)
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    I have never heard the 2216nd nor the 2216nd-1,...

    I have never heard the 2216nd nor the 2216nd-1, but I believe they need additional eq in the lowbass? They have a much higher resonance-frequency compared to the 2235. Itīs like 35hz vs. 20hz I...
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    Anyone :confused:

    Anyone :confused:
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    When using the 2397 horn and a supertweeter, how...

    When using the 2397 horn and a supertweeter, how would you implement this idea?
    The JBL 4343, 4344 or 4345 monitors mounted the 2405 tweeter right beside the midhorn. Both drivers were located on...
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    What you actually hear sitting on your listening...

    What you actually hear sitting on your listening position is a mix of sound comming directly from your speakers and sound comming indirectly reflected from walls, ceiling and floor. Thatīs why a...
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    You are heading the right direction, for shure!...

    You are heading the right direction, for shure! ;)

    The JBL 2441/2397 is a great midrange combination and the 2123 a stellar midbass/midrange woofer. I love both of these units!
    Using a 10"...
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    @Rusty: The pass amp would be great, but...

    @Rusty: The pass amp would be great, but unfortunatelly it is too expensive. The Mcintosh amps are expensive as well, but they are plenty on the used market.

    @Seawolf: I get your idea, but he is...
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    Thanks a lot for your response! @Richard: The...

    Thanks a lot for your response!

    @Richard: The current available NAD C375 has about 2db Headroom if Iīm not mistaken. I believe it is a great amp for itīs little money, but the other mentioned amps...
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    Thanks for your helpful answers! :) His room...

    Thanks for your helpful answers! :)

    His room is fairly large, itīs aprox. 60mē.
    The bass is raised by 2-3db, which demands for additional power.

    Heīs not an spl-addict that drives his...
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